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. >> setting on your bills may be just a mouse click away, and toyota announces another recall. >> toyota has announced yet another recall involving support utility vehicles from 2003. toyota says they have no reports of accidents or injuries. owners will receive a software upgrade so they can fix the problem. the newly merged stanley black and decker has announced its first round of layoffs of 30 employees this week. last month, stanley bought black and decker in a four $0.50 billion deal. at the time, the companies said they expected 250 employees to be trimmed from maryland area. the nation's largest retailer is looking to slow its opening of supercenters and build smaller stores. a perfect example is in baltimore where walmart is planning to open a store in remington. some analysts believe the company is starting to run out of places to build supercenters. every dollar helps in this tough economy, whether you want to find a cheaper place to rent or cut down on their car payment. there are websites that can help you keep more of your dollars in your wallet. >> i was able to save $20,000. >
and bitten by bugs, but otherwise ok. >> one of the luxury vehicles made by toyota has been recalled. >> we will tell you how toyota is responding. >> it maybe baseball season in baltimore, but it is never too soon to start thinking about tomorrow. we will talk about the upcoming nfl draft. >> we will also have a brief interruption of our fantastic spring weather. this could last the next couple of days. it is 49 >> with less than two weeks before the nfl draft, the baltimore ravens held a luncheon to discuss the process. the coaches talked about what it means to play like a raven. >> guys have a chance to get into these different spot. who is going to make our team the best it can possibly be? the ravens have done a great job of that for years. >> the nfl will take on a new look this year. coming up tonight at 6:00, we take a closer look at the raven's a draft process. >> now, you're into weather forecast -- your instaweather forecast. >> light rain is continuing to fall in some areas. that trend should continue overnight. rain is heading toward the south and east. i -- skies should actual
for vacation apartment once toyota to pay. -- the transportation department wants toyota to pay. the transportation secretary says he has evidence toyota knew of the problem in late september but did not issue a recall until late january. since then, toyota has recalled more than 6 million vehicles in the u.s.. toyota has yet to accept or to -- or refused the proposal. you've heard about the benefits of breast-feeding, but a new study shows it can save billions of dollars a year. >> and how weather can affect migraines. >> and fraught -- some lucky children enjoy the annual easter egg roll. >> coming if we don't know how many people there are, how do we know how many roads we need? the census helps us know exactly what we need, so everyone can get their fair share of funding. we can't move forward until you mail it back. 2010 census. >> proving itself to be a success with its 100,000 passenger. it travels the busy downtown corridor. it ridership has averaged more than 1200 passengers per day. >> in tonight's medical alert, breast feeding can save the lives of nearly 1000 babies
prescriptions -- new at 6:00 p.m. >> the transportation department seems to be using toyota to drive home a point to automakers. >> not notifying the government quickly enough about defective gas pedals is the issue. we have the story from washington. >> in it -- in the middle of an advertising blitz aimed at shifting public opinion, toyota gets slapped with a $16.4 million fine, the maximum possible and the largest ever for waiting too long to alert authorities and drivers that the sticky gas pedal could be a problem >> our goal is to make sure that -- could be a problem. >> our goal is to make sure that we do not have a problem. >> toyota's president tried to explain what led to the dangers of defect in some vehicles. >> i fear the pace with which we have grown may have been too quick. >> but the fine is all about being too slow in eight -- to slow. in a statement, ravenwood says the government has proved that -- ray lahood says the government has proved that toyota knowingly failed to live up to expectations. for months, they did not take action to protect millions of drivers and their
sidewalks. lofty goals. >> his studies are going well. toyota executives and dealers were helping with thousands of recalls. could they have been avoided? >> spend some time cleaning up some trash along the river and you get to do some thing like this for free. >> tiger woods makes the cut as his comeback continues. i am in augusta. >> hd doppler shows rain moving off the coast as gusty winds bring in chilly air. the weekend forecast coming up at camden yards. temperatures in the '50s. temperatures in the '50s. >> good afternoon. i am live in the 11 news room. here is what we are working on for 11 news at 6:00. the city council president is firing back after we showed he is the co-owner of a taxpayer- funded home. officials at the records ate. we are also live at annapolis, where a debate over same-sex marriage popped up. plus, >> tiger woods put in another solid performance despite the scandal that kept him out of the game for four months. >> the finished another round at augusta national and is only two shots off the clubhouse lead heading into the weekend. >> following his best
% and toyota was up nearly 35%. >> years my name, here's my number, i want a toyota and i'm going to come in and buy one. that is exactly what happened. >> the challenge will be keeping the sales up for the long haul. according to usa today, police who may have once looked the other way at drivers going five- to-10 over the speed limit appeared to be cracking down and it could be related to the economy. speeding tickets are a source of revenue. research has shown an increase in the number of speeding tickets during recessions. and there is no tolerance among state troopers. so, watch out. >> you did know it was april fool's day today, right? -- april fullsools' day today, right? the university of johns hopkins has announced that there will no longer be an "s" in john. we promise, the university doctored these photos. the good name remains. >> that is pretty funny. still to come, the obama administration looks to help students who want to go to college. coming up, what changes to the financial aid program could mean for local students. >> the phantom of the opera is a massive undertaking.
, baltimore city is going green and getting rewarded for it. >> and toyota issues another recall and agrees to pay major fines to the government. >> we all know about addictions to things like smoking and alcohol, but indoor tanning? believe it or not, it is a growing disorder. >> there is something that happens in the body that causes a problem >> and most women try to make it look pretty, but your nails can also tell you a lot about your health. >> and a for alarm fire over the weekend in an historic downtown annapolis. annapolis. ♪ ♪ do, do, do it together ♪ do, do it together ♪ ♪ it's all right, it's all right ♪ ♪ do, do it together ♪ do, do it together ♪ it's all right, it's all right ♪ ♪ it's all ri-i-i-ght [ female announcer ] cruises from baltimore and new jersey. visit today. cracks whip -- >> we want to go back up to captain roy taylor. the accident has now turned deadly, right? >> yes, it has now turned into a fatal accident. a southbound interstate 95 just south of 32. the problem is going to be traffic. anyone making their way south down
some of the ship can be attributed to a recent high- profile quality problems with toyota cars and trucks. american manufacturers say the bottom line is, they are producing a much better product now. >> our new vision for general motors is simple and direct. design, build, and sell the world's best vehicles. >> julie and her husband are in the market for a new american made cars. they say american dealers may have finally learned a valuable lesson. >> i don't think the competition with foreign cars has heard them. has made them want to be better. i think they are trying to do that. >> an effort that seems to be paying off. >> a new study takes a look at how much americans are saving in this tough economy. the report says 50% of us could not save any money last year because bills were piling up. >> i try to do a monthly contribution to the savings account. it does not always work in this economy. >> whenever i try to say, something always comes up to take it away. >> just under half the country squeezed out savings by cutting out dining out, even medical expenses and college. ac
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